[K12OSN] Firefox core dumps - CentOS 6
dean.jones at oregonstate.edu
Fri Sep 9 18:01:49 UTC 2011
I am using the 64 bit Flash plugin. It is downloadable from Adobe's
site and is in beta or some such. But it works and does not break FF.
My think clients are the same as yours, 32 bit, no local apps. So FF
is running on the x86_64 server so the 64bit flash would be best.
On Fri, Sep 9, 2011 at 10:20 AM, Phydeaux <reb at taco.com> wrote:
>> Maybe this will help
>> This is what I have on my CentOS 6 boxes from the repos.
> Thanks -- I had all of those installed, and at the same versions and from
> the same repositories. I flushed the info yum was storing with 'yum clean all'
> and reinstalled all of them. There was no change in behaviour. I do note that
> my firefox dependency tree did not have these packages listed:
> After some more poking around I realized that I hadn't properly disabled the
> Adobe flash plugin. After removing the link in /usr/lib64/mozilla/plugins to
> /opt/adobe/flash/libflashplayer11_b2_install_lin_64_080811.so firefox worked
> once again.
> Which flash plugin should I be using? Clearly this one isn't working. We've
> got all 64-bit hardware, but are running 32-bit LTSP thin clients without
> local apps.
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